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Tree Magnolia grandiflora 'Teddy Bear' ™ Teddy Bear Magnolia (evergreen)




Description This is an evergreen, upright growing magnolia reaching 4m. Being naturally dense in habit, with a tight, compact form, it is ideal used as an informal hedge. Leaves are large and rounded - glossy and dark green on top with felted, bronze undersides. Gloriously large white flowers appear during the warmer months from late spring through to autumn.    
Mature Size 4 x 3m    
Uses Makes a great feature tree in any size garden. Also good in streetscapes and parks. Due to its tight form, 'Teddy Bear' can make a fragrant hedge or screen.    
Position & Soil Evergreen magnolias prefer a part shade position in humus rich well drained soil. They are a hardy tree and can tolerate most conditions.    
Pot sizes
in production
• 30cm/14L (0.8-1.0m)
• 40cm/27L (1.2-1.4m)
• 50cm/52L (1.5-1.7m)
• 100L (2.5-3.0m)
• 200L (3.0-3.5m)
Substitutes Arbutus unedo
Hakea salicifolia
Prunus lusitanica
Tristaniopsis laurina 'DOW10' Luscious ®
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